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REVIEW: Tim Bowness – Butterfly Mind

On Friday, Tim Bowness' latest offering, "Butterfly Mind" will be released via InsideOut Music. Read our album review here...

REVIEW: Derek Sherinian – Vortex

Derek Sherinian sucked us back into his sonic waters with "Vortex," released on July 1st through InsideOut Music. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Horizon Ignited – Towards the Dying Lands

Finnish melodic death metal act Horizon Ignited have released their sophomore album, “Towards the Dying Lands,” on July 1, via Nuclear Blast Records. Read our review of it here...

REVIEW: Blind Channel – Lifestyles of the Sick & Dangerous

Blind Channel's violent pop revolution continues with their fourth release, "Lifestyle of the Sick and Dangerous," out on July 8th via Century Media. Check out our review here!

REVIEW: Black Therapy – Onward

Italian Black Therapy released a game-changing new album, "Onward," On June 10th via Black Lion Records. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Coheed And Cambria – Vaxis Act II: A Window of the Waking Mind

Coheed and Cambria returned with another aural episode of their saga with "Vaxis Act II: A Window of the Waking Mind." Check out our review of this concept album here...

REVIEW: Satyricon – Satyricon & Munch

Satyricon & Munch... if you don't know what this is or why it makes sense, we're here to help! Check out the review here...

REVIEW: Fallen Sanctuary – Terranova

Fallen Sanctuary, the brainchild of Georg Neuhauser and Marco Pastorino, released its debut album, "Terranova," on June 24th via AFM Records. We've collected our thoughts on it in this review...

REVIEW: Chaos Magic – Emerge

Fronted by versatile singer Caterina Nix, Chaos Magic are back with their third album, "Emerge," continuing the blur the line between symphonic metal and melodic metal. Read more about the album, which is released on June 17 via Frontiers Music, here...

REVIEW: Supersonic Blues Machine – Voodoo Nation

Supersonic Blues Machine are returning on June 24th, 2022, with "Voodoo Nation," out through Provogue Records. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Kardashev – Liminal Rite

Kardashev released their sophomore album, "Liminal Rite," on June 10th, 2022, via Metal Blade Records. Check out what our reviewer had to say about "deathgaze" here...

REVIEW: Dirt – Deadbeat

Dirt impressed us greatly with their debut, "Deadbeat," released on June 3rd, 2022, through Ranka Kustannus. Check out our review of this grunge-infused rock album here...

REVIEW: Classless Act – Welcome to the Show

Our editor has been waiting nigh a year for Classless Act to release their debut album, so naturally, she jumped on "Welcome to the Show" the moment it was available. Check out her review here, to see if it lived up to her (very high) expectations...

REVIEW: The Tangent – Songs From the Hard Shoulder

Andy Tillison's progressive rock band, The Tangent, knocked the socks off our reviewer with "Songs from the Hard Shoulder," released through InsideOut on June 10th. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Seventh Wonder – The Testament

If you want to find out what Swedish progressive metal band Seventh Wonder has been working on these past few years, check out our (detailed) review of "The Testament." The album drops on June 10 via Frontiers.

REVIEW: Dragged Under – Upright Animals

Dragged Under are back with a new release, "Upright Animals," set for release on June 10th via Mascot Label Group. Check out the review here...

REVIEW: The Black Keys – Dropout Boogie

After last year's cover album, The Black Keys are back with another studio released, entitled "Dropout Boogie," released through Nonesuch Records on May 13th. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Crobot – Feel This

Crobot's next release, "Feel This," is set for release on June 3rd, via Mascot Label Group. We had the chance to give it a spin, so check out the review here...

REVIEW: The Pineapple Thief – Give It Back (Rewired)

The Pineapple Thief found a soulmate in their drummer, Gavin Harrison. His reworked versions of older material were good enough to make a full album, so Kscope released "Give it Back (Rewired)" on May 13th, 2022. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Evergrey – A Heartless Portrait (The Orphean Testament)

Darkness abounds on Evergrey's thirteenth studio album “A Heartless Portrait (The Orphean Testament),” but there's also light and hope to be found. Read our review to find out more about the album, which drops on May 20 via Napalm Records.